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had to do with electrical cable on piece of equipment. meanwhile, rescue crews in west virginia are working against the clock to try to find survivors from the disaster. let's get an update from correspondent jonathan hunt in montcoal, west virginia. >> reporter: the effort to find the four missing miners remains a main-stakingly slow process. not least because those in charge want to be absolutely certain they do not risk the lives of any of the rescue team members by sending them in to a mine still dangerously full of explosive gases. >> you just have to clear the area out, make sure there is not another explosion. >> reporter: officials say they are keeping the waiting families constantly briefed and have their support for the way they are proceeding with the rescue operation. >> that's why the families understood and were agreeable let's make sure that before you put rescuers in there, that you have them in the safest condition. >> reporter: the poisonous gases are already being released through one of the drill holes and the hope is that there will soon be three holes and t
explosion in west virginia, let's get a life update now, good evening, molly. >> hi, jim. there are six dead, 21 unaccounted for at upper big branch mine in west virginia about 30 miles south of the capitol of charleston. the state mine director says it happened at 3:00 this afternoon. emergency rescue crews that are trained in mine rescues are rush together scene. this is an underground coal mine operated by performance coal company. operations started at upper big branch in 19946789 and last year, producinging 1.2 million tons of coal. the west virginia gazette newspaper says about 200 people work that mine. as far as accident history at upper big branch a miner killed in july, 2003 in an electrical accident and another in 2001 after falling from a roof top. but over all, massy energy which operates mines in west virginia, virginia and kentucky said it had its best year ever last year as far as coming to safety. and again, jim just headline now there are six dead, 21 unaccounted for at the upper big branch mine in west virginia after an explosion this afternoon. jim? >> thank you. and now,
teachers in new york display a very questionable sense of humor. hope is about gone in west virginia. in the search for survivor of the terrible mine disaster. >> chris: nuen funerals began today for some of the victims of the mining disaster in west virginia monday and the hope for finding survivors is growing dimmer. correspondent molly henneberg is in montcoal, west virginia. >> reporter: today supporters let the passerbys know they're pulling for four still unaccounted for miners. >> we still hold out hope. we are a brotherhood. we will hold out hope until we prove them wrong. >> for rescue teams, another frustrating day. >> not a lot has gone our way. >> reporter: the first rescue team this morning was turned back by stokes of a fire. and they bore another hole in the mind to drop down a camera and see if the four missing miners could be in the last fe fuge chamber -- refuge chamber but the hole hit a pill lear. >> we could put a jammer in it but there would be nothing to see. >> by mid-afternoon it appeared the air was safe enough for two rescue teams to go back in. as the tigh
energy company sprawling upper big branch mine about 30 miles south of charleston, west virginia. we have live fox team coverage in a few minutes. first, a new nuclear policy for the u.s. for decades, the u.s. has protected itself and its allies leaving open the possibility the u.s. would resort to nuclear weapons if necessary. now president obama says he is changing that, narrowing the circumstances as well as nations that might be threatened by the use of nuclear weapons. white hou correspondent mike emanuel has story from the pentagon. >> reporter: four top officials laid out the president obama plan to shift focus from threat of superpower war to unfriendply regime and terrorist seeking nuclear weapons. >> we are re-calibrating the priorities to prevent nuclear terrorism and proliferation. we're reducing the role and number of weapons maintaining a safe, secure and effective deterrent to protect the nation, allies and partner. >> reporter: the gain more international cooperation from countries such as russia and china, the administration is promising to constrain when the u.s. will us
ignites a terrorism scare in the skies. set-back for rescue crew at the site of the west virginia mine disaster. the u.s. and russia sign a major arms treaty. much of the talk is about another country. live from our studio in washington, this is "special report." good evening, i'm chris wallace in for bret baier. diplomat from qatar is a free man tonight after allegedly inciting a major security incident aboard an airliner bound for denver. national correspondent catherine herridge is here with a story that has been developing all day. good evening. >> reporter: thank you, chris. sources tell fox news they believe the young diplomat who sparked a major security alert last night was on his way to visit a convicted al-qaeda agent doing time in colorado. this is consistent with the statement from the qatar embassy in washington, that the diplomat was on official business, the kind of business embassies arrange for their citizens jailed in foreign countries. the convicted al-qaeda member is amari, a citizen of qatar who pleaded guilty to providi providing material to terrorist organization
justice right doeven the road in virginia. senior correspondent brian wilson is here with details. good evening. >> reporter: there be pirates in norfolk, virginia. not the movie kind, but 11 somali men accused of piracy and plundering and terrorizing the seas around the horn of t? small boats and rocket-propelled grenades. they will be dried in checs. federal courts a-ser making a mistake to attack two navy vessels they thoneeht were her chant shtrials. five were engaged with the skirmish with uss nicholas that sank theifi small b-mt and confiscated the mother ship and the others shot at the uss ashland on april 10, as it was 380 miles off the coast of jabuti. the u.s. attorney believes he has a pretty good case here. Ãyo> the justice d fartment believes that piracy attacks on u.swo cuinterests whether persons, vessels, whether commercial, private, military, is a significant issue in any alleged attack onpfr.swo cuinterests will be, will be dealt with in an appropriate macteer. Ãyo> reporter: why in norfocorr and the u.s. court system? norfolk is the home port of the two ships invwo
virginia. 9 workers die -- 29 workers died at the explosion at the upper branch mine and they're looking into possible criminal negligence on part of massey energy. the company offered families of those killed $3 million apiece. >>> jury in knoxville convicted a tennessee man on two counts of hacking into sarah palin's private e-mail account. david kernel was acquitted on a third charge and the jury deadlocked on a fourth but he faces maximum of 21 years in prison. palin was a witness for the prosecution. >> lesson is out there now that it is not good to do, to hack into somebody's e-mail in a campaign but greater than that is the lesson that needs to be learned it's not a good idea to break into anybody, candidate or not, anybody's personal information to try to embarrass or harass or diminish their security. >> two brooklyn men declined to enter pleas in court appearance in alexander, virginia, after being accused of providing material support to al-qaeda. one went to yemen, they say, took an oath of ale jens and the other performed assignment for al-qaeda in new york. why is a world l
that one particular group charged with attacking ships off the coast of africa was transported to virginia for trial. we just didn't get a chance to see all of the coverage of their arrival. >> happening today, 11 suspected pirates are in the courtroom in norfolk virginia. the suspected pirates are accused of attacking u.s. naval ships near somalia. >> bret: too easy. thanks for inviting us into your home tonight. that is it for this "special report." fair, balanced, and unafraid.
it there in 2008. virginia, however, could see drilling leases sooner than 20128 for verified reserves 50 miles off the coast. a move that environmentalists complain could harm coastal tournism and blue crab, a regional delicacy. >> it's a betrayal for those who voted for president obama who shared vision of clean energy future. >> he canceled drilling leases in bristol bay, alaska, and closed down exploration of other part of the alaska coast. even so, former alaska governor sarah palin sent out enthusiastic twitter message. drill, baby, drill. of course, that was a bit of g.o.p. battle cry in 2008 campaign. house g.o.p. leader john boehner didn't call the president's move snake oil but clearly he wasn't buying it either. keeping the pacific coast and alaska as well as the most promising resources off the gulf of mexico under lock and key makes no sense at a time when gasoline prices are rising and americans are asking where are the j jobs, boehner said in a statement. mitch mcconnell called it a step in the right direction but small one leaving enormous energy off-limoff-limi. others showered him
is charged with assault goes on trial next month in norfolk, virginia. bret? >> bret: we'll follow them all. thank you. the pentagon may disinvite a famous preacher from a worship service. we tell you why later. who should president obama invite to sit on the supreme court next? there are engines... and then there's the twin-turbocharging, 365-horsepower-generating, ecoboost engine in the taurus sho from ford. that has the thirst of a v6 with the thrust of a v8. the most innovative full- size sedan in america: the taurus sho, from ford. drive one. [ male announcer ] we call it the american renewal. because ge capital understands what businesses need to grow. that's why today ge capital provides critical financing to more than 300,000 growing companies. ♪ >> bret: president obama met today with senate leaders to talk about the process of replacing outgoing supreme court justice john paul stevens. we have also learned president obama has begun the interview process. correspondent shannon bream looks at how that is going and tells us what the president may be looking for. >> reporter: as a b
republican governor is getting attention over confederate history month. we told you that virginia bob mcdonald was forced to apologize for and reissue a proclamation because the original statement didn't mention slavery. then mississippi governor nicholas harbison said, "everyone knows slavery was a bad thing" and he didn't mcdonald made a mistake with the original statement. "to me, it's sort of a feeling that is an nit, that it's not significant and trying to make a big deal out of something that doesn't amount to diddy." the national committee slammed barbour saying he defended the indefensible. president obama caused a stir saturday when he left the white house without the traveling press corps. the understanding wean the white house and the press, wherever the president goes, the press pool follows. but the white house said he ditched the media to watch one of his daughters play soccer. "associated press" report repo the president quietly breached years of protocol and broke years of tradition. sunday the president made light of the situation acknowledging that the press pool was n
complicated in that some want offshore drilling like senator web in virginia because of the revenue. particularly with the oil prices, climbing again. democrats aren't completely opposed to offshore oil drilling. >> you are clearly going to have a fight and a fight within the administration all over again. carroll browner will probably lead the charge against it, maybe lisa jackson of the epa will be against it, too, and people in favor of it will be those, i would think including foreign policy and national security people two want to help us be energy independent. jim jones for example, of the national security council. >> do you think it could factor in political races, namely florida where charlie crist says he is reconsidering? he says maybe we should look at not offshore drilling? >> charlie crist gives moderation a bad name. he also vetoed the education quality standards there. i don't know where he stands on anything. >> bret: all right, mort. good to have you back. find more about the oil spill and the statistics we talked about, offshore drilling on the home page, foxnews.
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